Doctor Ben's Hypo Cement for Non-Porous Surfaces & Materials #2925
PRECISION POINT APPLICATOR—DRIES CRYSTAL CLEAR!
Perfect for all kinds of precise applications:
- Permanently Cement Plastic, Resin & Metal Parts (& "painted" wood):
- Model Building—Military, Vehicles, Figures, Ships, Aircraft, & More!
- Model Railroads—Plastic, White Metal & Brass Kits-no more soldering!
- And Industrial Applications, too!
I personally have been using this product to assemble all those plastic Jordan kits and white-metal SS Limited/On-Trak/Wheel Works kits you see on the great dioramas that I build as well as a bunch of resin kits for at least a couple of years now. Anyway, Doctor Ben's now handles the G-S Hypo Cement for non-porous materials . . .
-Permanently Cement Plastic, Resin & Metal Parts (& "painted" wood)
-Model Building—Military, Vehicles, Figures, Ships, Aircraft, & More!
-Model Railroads—Plastic, White Metal & Brass Kits-no more soldering!
-And a bunch more materials including Industrial Applications (I used it to repair the sandpaper on my bench sander the other day)!
For as long as I can recall my personal preference for gluing plastic vehicles, figures, white metal kits had been CA glue with a micro fine applicator. The problem? First, old habits are hard to break. Finally I got fed up with the micro fine CA tip clogging and needing a third hand to shoot the Zip Kicker at the two parts that I am holding together with my remaining two hands—I'm getting too old to pull off this trick anymore. Another thing that I really do like about the G-S Hypo Cement besides the teeny, tiny nozzle applicator is that the cement does NOT dry rock hard—hard, but still pliable. How many of you have dropped something that is CA glued together model & had it shatter like glass?
- Dries Water Clear and Stays Clear
- Built-in Micro Applicator
- Will Not Damage Surfaces
- No Waste - A Precision Product
- Sets in 10 Minutes
- Allows Parts to be Positioned Before Setting
- Recommended for Non-porous Surfaces (or "painted" porous such as wood & plaster)
- Ideal for All Plastics, Beading, Ceramic, Glass & More!
- Medium-Strength Cement - Will Not Bond Fingers
- Excess Easily Removed with Rubbing Alcohol
- A Tried and Tested Product - Available Since 1930's
As a *Special*, purchase three tubes and DEBENLLC pay the postage!
Tips & Tricks:
- Flatten tube as you use it up; do not roll it.
- Insert cap wire when not in use.
- Clean needle-point area with rubbing alcohol before closing cap.
Hypo Cement was invented in 1930's for use in the watchmaking and jewelry repair industries. It is a combination fine precision tool and a clear drying, medium-strength cement that will not damage surfaces. The cement is ideal for jewelry, beads, plastic, glass, metal, ceramics, painted or sealed woods and other non-porous surfaces. This is a no-waste product that is ideal for many applications.
Full use of the precision applicator tip is maintained by inserting the cap wire into the tube when not in use, and by cleaning excess drops from the outside of the applicator with rubbing alcohol or nail polish remover. This is not an "instant glue." It becomes tacky in 10 - 15 seconds, allows parts to be adjusted, sets in 10 to 15 minutes and fully dries in about an hour. The cement will not bond fingers, and has a slight odor that dissipates quickly. Great for beading, model making, miniatures, fine screw locking, sealing knots, precision waterproof sealing, precision repairs, optical and technical applications, crafts and hobbies.
The long story short is now that the Doctor Ben’s Aged Driftwood has been sold to many thousands of very happy Customers with huge acclamations. Doctor Ben’s is now offering more of the no-longer–available stains, but with a twist. Although the Aged Driftwood is an exact match to a 1983 bottle of Floquil® Driftwood, the rest of the stain colors would vary slightly from the original stain colors. And now you can have them too!
Weathering Stain Set #2 includes: #1097-Aged Driftwood, #1095-Worn Concrete, #1085-Country Hickory, #1086-Black Mahogany, #1093-Drpot Olive Green, #1094-Antique White, #1092-Rail Brown, & #1088-Pacific Redwood
We Turn Toys into Models!
|If you were to purchase all eight of these Weathering Stains individually it would cost you nearly $52.00 + S&H.|
And there is a Weathering Stain Set #1, also!
Are you ready to do some weathering?
Using Doctor Ben's Ready-to-Use Weathering Solutions
by Richard E. (Ben) Bendever
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Doctor Ben's products work for any scale: 1/64, 1/43, 1/48, 1/35, 1/24, 1/25, N-scale, HO-scale, S-scale, O-scale, HOn3, Sn3, Sn2, Sn42, Sn 3.5, On3, On30, Gn15. plastic, metal, wood, resin, paper, painted, non-painted; Railroad and military models, too!
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